Today I’m sharing my first video tutorial and it’s a fun little trick I like to perform with digital Project Life cards.
There are so many great Project Life kits these days that it’s hard to not purchase them all and drain your bank account. Instead of buying every single one, I like to purchase the digital versions of the ones I like and then only print what I need. And as a big bonus, if the kit colors don’t go with the spread I’m creating, I can alter them to match.
This particular spread from my 2010 album I’m working on this year was created with a couple different kits: Polka Dot Mini Kit, Sunshine, and Seafoam.
If you’re interested in adjusting the colors of digital cards and don’t know how, here’s a short tutorial in Photoshop showing how I like do it.
As mentioned in the video, when I print journaling cards, I like to use Persnickety Prints because they offer a card stock paper option. If you have any questions about the video, I’ll be sure to respond to any in the comments below.
And since I’m a bit behind on sharing these, here are two more from my 2010 album. I’m having so much fun looking back at photos from 4 years ago and so incredibly happy to have them in an album with journaling along with it.
Supplies Used: Digital Project Life cards, Becky Higgins arrow stickers, Amy Tangerine Cut & Paste Mini-kit, Design A photo pocket pages, Project Life Journaling Pens, and Becky Higgins Corner Rounder.
PROJECT LIFE® is a simplified memory keeping system created by BECKY HIGGINS. To see my previous posts, click HERE. Have questions? Leave a comment!